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Honeysuckle Tea

Honeysuckle Tea

$11.95
Product code: 224

Availability: In stock

Quick Overview:

Honeysuckle is an anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory herb that clears internal heat and relieves toxicity. This popular herb is used in China for the treatment of ulcers, rashes, and skin infections caused by toxins in the body. Because of its ability to inhibit bacterial growth, it is also an acne treatment.

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Honeysuckle Tea

Where is honeysuckle tea from?

The honeysuckle herb is native to China, Japan, Korea and Britain, but now is used all over the world. It is a climbing vine, and there are around 180 various species. Honeysuckle is most well-known for relieving heat and removing toxicity from the body. For this reason, it is popular as a medicinal and palatable tea.

How do I Detox With Wild Honeysuckle Teas?

Wild Honeysuckle tea can help to clean the body by flushing out harmful toxins that accumulate over time.When toxins are released from the body, the immune system is boosted and energy levels are increased. The wild honeysuckle herb has been praised for its detoxifying and medicinal properties. Moreover, it has been used to treat a variety of ailments, such as ulcers, sore throats, fevers and infections. One can easily detoxify and improve overall health by sipping some tasty wild honeysuckle tea.

Why is honeysuckle tea so popular in China?

Honeysuckle tea is powerful in battling a variety of ailments, and is very soothing. Since it clears heat, the tea is used to fight fevers, ulcers, sore throats, and skin infections. Honeysuckle is an excellent way to cool and detoxify the body naturally.

In addition, the tea offers relief from nausea, respiratory issues, headaches, and harmful bacteria. The tea is strong in reducing these afflictions because it is full of vitamin C, salicylic acid, potassium, magnesium, antioxidants, bioflavonoids, and other essential nutrients.

Many people enjoy the slight vanilla taste to honeysuckle tea, and the scent is so pleasant that the herb is sometimes used in aromatherapy.

Additional Information

Steeping Time 2 - 4 min
Steeping Temperature 100 °C - 212 °F
Grams per Cup 2 Gram
Tea Year 2013
Tea Season Summer
Tea Caffeine Content caffeine free
Tea Region Various Villages
Tea Province China
Time of the Day morning, afternoon, evening

Customer Reviews

Review by Natasha F.
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The taste is somewhat on the bitter site to really enjoy. However, what matters most for me is that my skin got better as I got my acne quiet well under control. This of course made it well worth the price.

Teasenz: Thank you for your feedback Natasha, our team will look for a honeysuckle tea that is less bitter. (Posted on 6/24/14)
Review by Daarun
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I found it slightly price, but the taste is good. I expected something bitter, but actually it tastes quiet fresh. The first brew didn't go well because the water wasn't at boiling point, but I got a perfect brew during the second steep. (Posted on 9/10/13)

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